Some social experts are saying that we are now living in what they term as “post-truth era.”
The supposed release of Mayor Antonio Sanchez of Calauan on August 20 has kept the news hot on the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law in particular and on the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor)
We have to expect to suffer some form of injustice here in our earthly life.
One of the most welcome observances of the new millennium is the annual celebration of the World Day of Prayer for Creation.
There’s no denying about it. No matter how much we try, we can never thank our parents enough. Through them and through their love, we come into being.
Of course, the same problems plaguing the country today are the very same hitches that Filipinos have been bearing since decades ago.
We have to be familiar with the so-called pro-choice position that is now becoming the prevalent ideology affecting many countries and especially the young ones, the so-called millennials.
In 2021 the Philippines will mark half a millennium of Christianity in the country.
For the simple reason that our human justice can never cope with all the demands and requirements of divine charity as shown by Christ in his passion, death and resurrection, our human justice should bow to divine charity.
Four have already filed bills seeking the reimposition of death penalty in the country. Senators Christopher Go, Ronald dela Rosa and Manny Pacquiao, all allies of President Rodrigo Duterte, target the drug war as the compelling reason. The fourth, Senator Panfilo Lacson, pushes a lethal injection for all heinous crimes.
We should all be concerned about this matter. We need to develop a sense of vocation, for the simple reason that everyone has a vocation. We come from God and we belong to him. He always calls us to himself and offers us a way to go to him.
A Filipino fishing boat was rammed by a Chinese vessel which abandoned the 22 fishermen in the sea in June 9. In this just an ordinary, simple maritime incident?